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Newly arrived migrants are more likely to be jobless than Australian-born workers.
Career coaches say the biggest hurdle many newcomers face is their inability to secure an interview despite their qualifications. So, what are the strategies job seekers can employ to get a job interview? A recent ABS data reveals the...
Afghanistans transport ministry says they are working on some plan to provide better transport services to all Afghans.
Speaking at the national day of transport and transit the acting minister Hameed Tamasi said his ministry would have some major plans for this sector. Afghan senator Gulalai Akbari said there is widespread corruption in the transport sector, and...
Afghanistan;s Senate has asked for a serious investigation of Russias alleged support to Taliban.
The Senate said if this case is proven then the matter should be discussed with the international community. Recently some media reported that Talibans financial authorities confirmed that Russia is helping Taliba financially. Russian Embassy in...
Underage and forced marriages is a crime in Australia, and the government is taking this issue very seriously.
There has been an increase in reports of forced and underage marriage in Australia, and some experts say that the reason is more awareness and cultural of reporting this issue. We spoke to the lawyer and expert Dr. Nazir Dawaar on this matter,...
The journalist Islam Gul Afridi and Shah Nawaz Tarakzai who went missing in KPK Pakistan have been released.
Speaking to SBS Radio Islam Gul Afridi has expressed his concern over the interrogation process the Pakistans intelligence treatment while they were detained. Islam Gul says that Pakistan is not a safe place for journalists and calling on the...

Afghans in Australia

The first Afghan cameleers arrived in Melbourne in June 1860, when three men arrived with a shipment of 24 camels for the Burke and Wills expedition.
Afghans without camels are reported to have reached Australia as early as 1838. Before the building of railways and the widespread adoption of motor vehicles, camels were the primary means of bulk transport in the Outback, where the climate was...
Based on some recent reports, around forty percent Afghan live under poverty line.
Some members of the parliament and ordinary Afghans believe that the unemployment is the primary cause of the poverty. Afghan Ministry of Labour says that nearly two million Afghans who are fit to work are unemployed. Najia Safi has more
Officials from Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and the United States have launched their talks aiming to chart a roadmap for peace negotiations between the Taliban and the government in Kabul.
Afghan foreign ministry says the focus of the talk would focus on Pakistans commitment to realistically fight terrorism in their soul. The Afghan parliament has welcomed the talks and says such conversations are initials steps for stable peace in...
The internet has never been more present in our daily lives. We work, shop, play and interact with family and friends online.
But more Australians are falling victim to online scams than ever before. The Australian Governments Stay Smart Online week reminds consumers of how we can stay safe on the net. Reports of cybercrime in Australia are on the rise. The Australian...

Australia’s strange weather

Australia is isolated from many countries around the world.
Australia is the 6th biggest country in the world and has beautiful beaches and many more highlands. This country has a strange weather too where it is experiencing some very hot to cold weathers around the year. Our reporter Mujeeb Muneeb has...
Top-ranking Australian commanders in the Middle East say the country's commitment to supporting war-torn Afghanistan will last for decades. Australian soldiers have been in Afghanistan almost continually for the past 16 years, and it has become...
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has approximately 300 people in Afghanistan, about half of them in a combat-oriented, force-protection role. The rest are completing the "train, advise and assist" mission the ADF committed to in 2015 when conve...

Afghan Film Festival in Adelaide

Afghan Film Festival will be held on 13 and 14 October in South Australia Adelaide city.
Farda Association organizes the festival, and they have brought Afghan films from around the world to this festival. The organizers say this year their focus is more on the films telling stories of young children and women. We spoke to one of the...
Maulana Sami ul Haq is a Pakistani religious scholar and a politician and is also head of Darul Uloom Haqqani.
He is regarded as the "Father of the Taliban" and had close ties to Taliban. In an exclusive interview with SBS, Pashto Mawlana Samil-ul-Haq says unless there is a policy regional policy change peace is not possible. Please listen to the full...
Nai which is supporting open media in Afghanistan says that the journalist is facing more challenges in the current government.
This organization is comparing the challenges with the previous government and says the issue were less in the past. Nai says that during the 13 years of Mr. Karzais presidency journalist have faced 610 violence but in the current governments...